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Brittany.Sharp

677d

how are you treating your fibro?

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    • queerspoons

      672d

      @Breezy1012 I take propranolol, cymbalta, mobic (anti inflammatory), and tramadol.

    • CTmom

      673d

      I was just diagnosed in January so I am still educating myself. Haven’t found any medication for my pain yet. I go to physical therapy , chiropractor occasionally and try to walk daily. Ice and heat are helpful. I eat very healthy and don’t eat gluten or dairy or processed food. I have a functional medicine Doctor and nutritionist that I work with. My rheumatologist has not been helpful at all.

    • MaggieA

      673d

      Change diet to Anti inflammatory. Not alcohol, rest alot

    • Ca0120

      674d

      Medication, nsaids, sleep

      • MaggieA

        673d

        @Ca0120 medication puts more toxins in the system

        • Ca0120

          673d

          @MaggieA I'm ok with my choice.

    • Breezy1012

      674d

      Lyrica works kinda i get treated like i have leprosy bc i used to be on suboxone drs are so fucki g frustrating another dr told me to go see a shrink

    • Engie

      674d

      Most doctors I saw about my fibro said I need to “suck it up”.

    • queerspoons

      676d

      Medications, stretching, heating pads, CBD sometimes, warm baths, massages, and not pushing myself physically.

      • Breezy1012

        674d

        @queerspoons which meds work for you

        • queerspoons

          672d

          @Breezy1012 I take propranolol, cymbalta, mobic (anti inflammatory), and tramadol.

    • picklepuddles

      677d

      Currently, I am getting physical therapy and do my best with my nutrition and exercise. I'm still working to look into other treatment options, though. I just got my official diagnosis in December. I feel like my life would be set of, on top of the PT, I had regular massage, a personal trainer, and a nutritionist lol. I also have to be extra mindful of self care. Like being ok with getting less done. Allowing myself to rest and listening to my body. It's definitely a journey

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